In this study; it was aimed to find out the attributions of fourth grade students at Faculty of Education Music Education Department towards Piano Courses, and the relationship and comparison between attitude and success and failure of Correpetition Course. 70 students who study in 3 different universities, which are Pamukkale University, Uludag University and Balıkesir University Faculty of Education Department of Music Education took part in the study. SPSS 16 was used in the study and correlation scale was calculated, and to find out the attitudes of the participants towards Piano Courses, “The Attitude Scale Towards Piano Courses”, which was developed by Tufan and Gudek (2008) was used in the study. In data analysis, Pearson's correlation coefficient was calculated to determine the relationship between the results of attitude scale towards piano courses applied to the students and success of the correpetition course. In this regard, first, the descriptive statistics value of the attitude scale scores towards the piano courses and success of correpetition course were calculated. Afterwards, Kolmogorov-Smirnov Z test was applied in order to find out whether two total scores are appropriate to calculate the Pearson correlation coefficient and to test the assumption of normality. The study is significant in terms of finding out the relationship between piano courses and correpetition courses, and its contribution to the studies which will be conducted in this area. As the findings of the study, it was found that the students have positive attitude towards piano courses. The relationship between the attitude towards piano courses and the success in correpetition course grades was found as nearly 0, and it can be concluded that there is no relationship between the attitude towards piano courses and the success in correpetition course grades.
Attitude, Piano Education, Correpetition Course, Music Education, Accompaniment